The break of dawn presents rural poor women with a challenge to fetch firewood among other resources directly affected by climate change. The Paris Agreement that was signed by nearly 200 countries in the Convention on Climate Change, COP21 in April this year will go in the annals of history as a milestone achievement towards a stable climate. Zimbabwe, which was represented by President Mugabe, was among countries that pledged to keep global temperature increase at less than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to work towards a more ambitious target of limiting overall temperatures. Click for more

Our Work

1. The Gender, Economic Policies and Public Finance (GEPPF) The GEPPF programme is premised on the need to mainstream gender into local and national...
The GIP is the arm of the organization that manages information dissemination and communications. It is premised on the fact that information is...
ZWRCN established the Eve Zinanga Scholarship fund targeted at young women aiming to enter tertiary institutions. Eve Zinanga is a late founder...

Contact Us

288 Herbert Chitepo Avenue/7th Street,
Harare, Zimbabwe

+236 4 252 388/390

zwrcn@zwrcn.org.zw

© Copyright 2017 Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre Network (ZWRCN) All Rights Reserved
Site by BAOB.web